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Cell cycle


What is the phases in MITOSIS Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase
Interphase Chromsomes are copied (DNA)
Cyokinesis Two DAUGHTER CELLS are created
Prophase Spindle fibers form Cell prepares for mitosis
Telophase TWO NUCLEI form
Anaphase Cromatids pull apart
No nuclear membrane centrioles more to ends SPINDLE FIBERS FORM Prophase
Longest stage in cell cycle cell grows CHROMSOMES ARE COPIED (DNA) Interphase
Metaphase CHROMSOMES attach in the MIDDLE of the cell
CROMATIDS PULL APART and go to oppsite sides of the cell Anaphase
TWO NUCLEI FORM chromosones look like threads Telophase
cellmembrane moves inward CREATES TWO DAUGHTER CELLS Cytokinesis
The last stage is ______? And what does it develope? Cytokinesis it developes two daughter cells.
What does I-PMAT-C stand for Interphase, prophase, metaphase, nanphase, telophase, and cytokinesis
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